Host Berkeley Kid and the cast, with false flag journalism, the pentagon film office, the Vatican, regime change, the Rand Corporation, Madame Blavatsky, the Pope, Jesus Christ, Hollywood, mass hypnosis, religious figures in poor taste, cartoons, Paris, cyber war hysteria, network news, CNN, Fox, MSNBC, investigative news, Rachel Maddow, mass confusion, state of confusion, assassination, critical thinking, the banking sector, NATO, Operation Gladio, censorship, the astral plane, the police state. holy war, propaganda, The Interview, standardized testing, infectious belief disorder, the NSA, 911, North Korea, civil rights, Congress, the media, zombie banks, the Patriot Act, Habeas Corpus, Muslims, war on terror, Richard Cottrell, 1984, 1984well the radio play, pirate radio, mind conditioning, fear, weapons, defense, the poor, Bill Hicks, Al Qaeda, the world stage Aaron Swartz, Boris and Natasha, the Joint Terrorism Task Force, non-believers, disbelievers, free speech, Sony, Kim Jong-il, Miley Cyrus, obedience, corporate media, the cold war, foreign mercenaries, the French government, state-sponsored terrorism, Palastinian statehood, James Corbett, The New World Next Week, psychological warfare, the Ministry of Truth, Big Brother, rebellion, thought crime, conspiracy theorist, revolution, endless war, and doublethink.
Featuring Lorri Holt, Kenneth McGee, Carol Denney, Mantra Plonsey, Karen Ripley, Berkeley Kid, Kurt Reinhardt, David Winter-Geezer. Produced by George Coates, directed by Bubba Tyrone, Cavett Hughes on keyboard, and board operator Lili DuBois.
Twit Wit songs: "The Police State", and "Doublethinking".